The good peeps over at Marvel have released a cute behind-the-scenes interview with Clancy, in which he discusses what makes Red Hulk so irascibly enjoyable. Click on the jump to learn why Red is the real leader of The Agents of S.M.A.S.H., why Greenie just doesn’t get the job done, and how Red made the team in the first place!Read More
We’d be so, so remiss if we didn’t share these absolutely stunning portraits photographed by Allan Amato for the first ever Thrilling Adventure Hour concert DVD. Although it doesn’t seem like the one above made the final cut – Allan posted it on his Twitter account and commented: “@allanamato My personal favorite of Clancy Brown from the @ThrillingAdv photoshoot. Personally, I imagine him holding a sword.” Check out the portrait of CB that Thrilling Adventure Hour did choose (courtesy of their Workjuice Blog) after the jump, as well as those of some of the other cast members and guest stars from that no doubt hilarious night!Read More
There hasn’t been much buzz about the Kate Beckinsale vehicle The Trials of Cate McCall - no domestic release date, no US trailer and very little info other than a pretty stellar cast, which includes James Cromwell, David Lyons, Nick Nolte, Taye Diggs and Carnivale alumna Amanda Aday. Even less is known about Clancy’s character, Brinkerhoff, except that he’s a mysterious figure who may or may not be on the level…and that he’s officially NOT a sheriff. If you’re in Hungary, however, you’re in luck! Apparently the film will be released there on November 28th. No news as to what this will mean for an American release, but we’ll keep you posted! Read on for an oh-so-brief plot synopsis, more photos and the first trailer. Which – you guessed it – is dubbed in Hungarian.
Who said type casting is dead? (Answer: no one, ever). Well, boys and girls, it looks like we’re in for a whole lot of sheriff uniforms! Since we’ve got three not-quite-scoops, beginning with our first peek at CB in Homefront (above), why not combine them into one giant Sheriff Spectacular? Head inside for mounting evidence of the return of August Corbin to Sleepy Hollow and info on Lifetime’s all-star adaptation of the Tony-winning The Trip to Bountiful, which will feature Clancy in the role of….well, you know.
Necessary Evil, an in depth documentary chronicling the importance of the super-villain figure, had its DVD/Blu-ray release on October 25th and is now available from all media outlets! Delving into the mythos and motivations behind DC Comics most notorious bad guys, the film gives both casual fans and hardcore graphic novel enthusiasts an interesting glimpse at the history of such infamous characters as Joker and Lex Luthor. Narrated by the King of the Baddies, Christopher Lee, the doc features interviews with the creators, writers, directors and performers who bring these wicked fiends to life. Along with Clancy, hear from such experts as Paul Dini, Zach Snyder, Guillermo Del Toro, and Kevin Conroy. Necessary Evil is definitely worth checking out if the DC Universe is your cup of comic tea!Read More
Waaaaay back in 2009, Clancy starred in a short film entitled Slap: A Short Conversation About the State of Things which made a splash in the festival circuit for the next few years to come. There’s no doubt that Slap is a political piece, but it doesn’t take itself too seriously…can any seven minute movie with a total of 147 smart ones to the face claim to? Thanks to the good peeps at The Tribeca Film Festival’s “Monday Short” program, the complete film is available to watch online in all of its painful glory! Check out the short’s official site for trailers, behind the scenes photos and other goodies and watch the flick after the jump!Read More
A bunch of interviews (print and video) and a few more clips are available over at our Hellbenders page, along with a list of limited cities where you can see it on the big screen in 3D! If you haven’t had a chance to catch the awesomeness yet, you can watch it now on nearly all OnDemand platforms, including your cable provider and other outlets such as iTunes and Amazon Instant. This is one you won’t want to miss!